“This Space Needs Love” pleads a colourful headline over
Kensal Green Cemetery
Kensal Green Cemetery, the UK's first private cemetery, occupies
Sainsburys “Stumpery” breaks ground!
Stumperies are a Victorian gardening tradition, artful arrangements of
Climate Slam Champion Nathan Higham
Nathan Higham, a 28-year old theatre maker from Kent,
Pete Doherty on the Floatin’ Mic
I didn’t recognise the guy strumming guitar atop my
The “GRASSIEST” Grassroots Music Tradition?
People have sung for their supper on London streets
Science-fed poetry. From farm to table!
The problem: A population divided over climate change Research
Gabriel’s time to carry on ….
22-year old Gabriel Rogers Mullen isn’t your stereotypical rapper. He doesn’t wear any bling. He projects very little attitude. And he’s white.
Spoken Word Poets & Climate Change Researchers meet on Molly Anna
Bearded and still burly after triple bypass surgery, 60-year old Martin Sanderson walks with a bit of a stoop. His demeanor conveys authority. Government workers in agencies he formerly administered probably got busy when he walked into the room. People still listen when he speaks, from a microphone now, on a stage, delivering spoken word poems, increasingly on the subject of climate change.
How we got here…
In 1761 Francis Egerton, the 3rd Duke of Bridgewater, built England’s first modern canal, revolutionising transport, and triggering an investment boom that transformed the nation. Two and a half centuries later his innovation reverberates in the form of 2000 miles of canals and towpaths...
Living on a boat feels like living outside the law.
“Narrowboats,” improbably elongate and appropriately named, are relics of the Industrial Revolution, an event that required coal, and lots of it. If the weather was good and the road not a quagmire, a horse-drawn cart might carry a ton of it.